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eventer

n (Sport) → Militaryreiter(in) m(f)
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Taylor, and her husband John, won the big chases with Gingembre, who is now enjoying a second career as an eventer.
BULKINGTON eventer John-Paul Sheffield has continued his good form this year with a fourth place in a strong Intermediate section at Lincoln BHTA Horse Trials.
CUMBRIAN eventer Ruth Edge (pictured above) has made British Eventing's annual top 20 list of riders again, but has slipped down the rankings.
The three-day eventer, who turns 27 today, is one of five riders on the Irish three-day-event team.
WARWICKSHIRE-BASED eventer Terry Boon finished in the prize money at the Derbyshire British Horse Trials Championship, held at Gatcombe Park in Gloucestershire.
N ORTHUMBERLAND-based eventer Matt Earith is preparing to head for Burghley next weekend after qualifying for the prestigious Burghley Young Event Horse (BYEH) finals.
If you doubt it, ask trainers Paul Keane and Billie Thomson and three-day eventer William Fox-Pitt, who have been amazed at results achieved by St Andrews-born Watt.
They included Crispin, a Shetland given to her by Olympic eventer Lucinda Green.
The woman who won her first track gold in the 5000 metres at the Common-wealth Games back in July and then swept all before her on track and road, beat Scottish curler Rhona Martin and three-day eventer Pippa Funnell to the award.
EVENTER William Fox-Pitt has collected a pounds 93,500 prize pot after reclaiming this year's HSBC FEI Classics champion title.
The transition from `useless' racehorse to potential eventer has not, however, been smooth, as Avagnano illustrates.
PROMISING Pony Club eventer Emi Rowell has been selected for the organisation's prestigious Talent Pathway Scheme 2019.